Charlotte Russe to close all stores

Dwayne Harmon
March 9, 2019

The 512 stores will close within the next two months following a bankruptcy filing, as reported by The Associated Press and other news organizations.

Charlotte Russe will close all of its stores and is in negotiations to sell its intellectual property, according to USA Today.

The Charlotte Russe location at both Premium Outlets and Patrick Henry Mall did not have any contact information for their corporate office.

A major women's clothing retailer will be closing all of its stores including its St. Cloud location.

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Charlotte Russe Holdings has struggled financially for several years now.

Last month, the retailer filed for bankruptcy and announced it was closing 94 stores including a store at the York Galleria Mall in Springettsbury Township. The plan to shut down was approved Wednesday by the bankruptcy court in Delaware.

Charlotte Russe started in San Diego in 1975. That's what happened with U.S. operations of Toys "R" Us a year ago. The company also established Peek Kids in 2016, specializing in children's clothing.

Going-out-of-business sales started Thursday at the stores. Gap, JCPenney, and Victoria's Secret also announced more than 300 store closures last week.

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